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Reviewing CBC: 29 member taskforce set to review curriculum

3rd October, 2022

President William Ruto has appointed 42 members and seven secretaries to the Education reforms taskforce to review CBC progress.

This is in fulfilment of his pledge to have the suitability of the competency-based-curriculum evaluated.

Under the CBC programme, learners spend two years in pre-primary, six years in primary (Grades 1-6), three years in junior secondary (Grades 7,8,9), three years in senior secondary (Grades 10,11,12) and three years in university.

Unlike the 8-4-4 system that was said to be theory-heavy, CBC focuses on equipping a learner with technical, artistic and scientific skills that enables him or her to be hands-on.

Scientist Prof. Raphael Munavu will chair the 42-member taskforce set up by President Ruto.